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Following the outbreak of the COVID-19, Asian Americans have become targets of racial discrimination, with significant rise of hate crimes.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has lifted a moratorium on new mineral agreements imposed in 2012, reopening the door to investments in a move that will boost state coffers but has dismayed environmental activists.
Hong Kong police, security chief issue ‘fake news’ warnings over media coverage of national security events
Row erupts over images showing children playing at police college open day with toy guns on mocked-up train, in scene said to resemble controversial 2019 protest incidentPolice chief slams some coverage of National Security Education Day, says arrests will be made where evidence shows breach of Beijing-decreed legislation
And we cannot just whitewash the problem through campaigns and sounding boards.
VIETNAMESE nationals living in the United States say although they are concerned about the increase in attacks on Asians, they are doing their best to maintain normality.
GERMANY’S highest court ruled Thursday that a cap on rent prices implemented last year by Berlin’s left-wing state government is unconstitutional and void, fueling an explosive political issue in an election year.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - U.S. broadcaster Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty has appealed to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) to order Russian authorities to refrain from enforcing fines on its Moscow bureau that would cause "irreversible harm".
The State Administration of Market Regulation was formed just three years ago. The government agency has become one of the most powerful forces in China’s crackdown on Internet giants.
ANKARA (Reuters) -Bitcoin tumbled more than 4% on Friday after Turkey's central bank banned the use of cryptocurrencies and crypto assets for purchases citing possible "irreparable" damage and transaction risks.